Poetry at the Point: Robert Stewart, Pamela Garvey & Jim Hanson
Come out to this month's Poetry at the Point and hear poetry from poets Robert Stewart, Pamela Garvey and Jim Hanson.
Robert Stewart is editor of New Letters magazine at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where he also teaches writing, magazine nonfiction writing, and magazine editing. His books include The Narrow Gate: Writing, Art, & Values, Outside Language: Essays, and Plumbers: Poems. His poems have appeared in The Iowa Review, Denver Quarterly, Prairie Schooner and elsewhere.
Pamela Garvey is the author of the collection of poetry, Seven Miles Deep (Five Oaks Press, 2017). Her poetry, fiction and book reviews have appeared in Esquire, Missouri Review, Margie and many other journals. She is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Things Impossible to Swallow (2River Press, 2013), and Fear (Finishing Line Press, 2008). Garvey is professor of English at St. Louis Community College and is currently writing a full length play that will be produced at Meramec in February 2018.
Jim Hanson is a retired Senior Researcher at Southern Illinois University–Carbondale, where he worked and taught in community development. He has a doctorate degree in sociology and is a lay-ordinated Zen Buddhist. In past years he has published two books through Greenwood Publishing Group and numerous articles in social science and philosophy. His current interest is writing poems about death. He resides with his wife in Collinsville, Illinois.
This is sure to be an evening filled engaging words and you won't want to miss it. We hope to see you there. Food and drinks are available before the reading next door at the Maya Cafe.
Series curated by Jennifer Adams
Poetry at the Point is a St. Louis Poetry Center event, and is generously underwritten by Webster Kirkwood Times and West End Word
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